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Friday October 26, 2018. 10:34 PM
“California has agreed to delay the enforcement of its ‘gold standard’ net neutrality bill, according to a statement from the law’s sponsor Sen. Scott Wiener,” Makena Kelly writes for The Verge. “The net neutrality rules were set to go into effect next year, but California...
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“Don’t want to spend $1,000 on a smartphone? This year Apple brings top-tier specs to the iPhone XR so you can get all the fancy features you want for less. Did they compromise too much? Not enough?” Fixit asks. “Since when is $750 cheap? There’s only one way to find...
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“Sure, Apple includes its News app on iOS devices and Macs, but how many people actually flip through it on a regular basis? Quite a few, it seems,” Jon Fingas reports for Engadget. “As part of a rare peek, The New York Times reported that News has about 90 million regular re...
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“The FilmStruck indie, arthouse and classic film subscription-streaming service will shut down next month, Turner and Warner Bros. Digital Networks announced Friday,” Todd Spangler reports for Variety. “The FilmStruck business will cease U.S. and international operations on...
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Photographers from around the world are capturing stunning photographs on iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xs, and iPhone Xr using Portrait mode, taking advantage of its new Depth Control feature that makes it possible to adjust the depth of field to create photos with a sophisticated...
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“On Wednesday, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook gave the keynote speech at the 40th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners,” Jason Cross writes for Macworld. “In it he sounded the warning bell about how our personal data is being collected, processed,...
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“An Apple Watch can often provide useful heart-rate data on its owner, but one quick-thinking Apple intern actually strapped his watch onto a fellow passenger when she collapsed during an airline flight,” Ben Lovejoy reports for 9to5Mac. The career-deciding moment for...
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“Apple’s iPad Pro launch in Brooklyn is about providing a refresh for fans of the tablet as well as the Mac, but there is a bigger picture worth noting,” Larry Dignan writes for ZDNet. “Apple needs an updated iPad Pro to drive enterprise adoption and ensure its iOS ecosystem...
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“After nearly a week of testing the XR, I can confirm that it’s the ‘just right’ iPhone for most people,” Joanna Stern writes for The Wall Street Journal. “In fact, it has the best feature-to-price ratio of any iPhone possibly ever, and given that Apple’s lineup now has as...
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“A new patent shows that Apple is actively working to kill the notch it created much to the chagrin of smartphone fans all over the planet,” Jesus Diaz writes for Tom’s Guide. “Dutch tech blog MobileKopen has unearthed a new patent that details a way to drill holes in...
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“It’s now legal for consumers and repair firms to break an electronic device’s DRM protections to repair it, according to a ruling by the U.S. Copyright Office,” Liam Tung reports for ZDNet. “The rules are part of newly adopted exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright A...
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“I’ve been working with Mac mini for nearly thirteen years. I was there when it launched and I feel confident in saying that no one has watched this little machine grow more intently than I have watched it,” Brian Stucki writes for MacStadium. “It’s been the little aluminum...
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“Following the first deliveries to customers in Australia and New Zealand, iPhone XR launch day continues around the world,” Joe Rossignol reports for MacRumors. “Apple CEO Tim Cook visited the company’s Piazza Liberty store in Milan today to celebrate the iPhone XR release,...
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“Along with the new Home button-free iPad Pro, we expect at least three new Macs to be revealed at Apple’s October 30th event,” Jeff Benjamin writes for 9to5Mac. “Perhaps most anticipated is the long-rumored replacement for the current $999 MacBook Air, Apple’s decidedly...
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“While there are a number of large and small announcements expected at Apple’s event next week, there’s one big-picture issue that cuts across at least two of the company’s product lines: the future of its mobile computing devices,” Dan Moren writes for Macworld....
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“As pre-orders arrive to customers around the world, the first Apple store locations are also starting to open with the iPhone XR on display,” Chance Miller reports for 9to5Mac. “Perhaps most notably, the iPhone XR case selection at Apple stores appears to be just as lacking...
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Thursday October 25, 2018. 11:25 PM
“Google gave Andy Rubin, the creator of Android mobile software, a hero’s farewell when he left the company in October 2014,” Daisuke Wakabayashi and Katie Benner report for The New York Times. “‘I want to wish Andy all the best with what’s next,’ Larry Page, Google’s...
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“The iPhone Xr is set to launch on Friday, October 26, and ahead of its release date, we were able to get our hands on a review unit from Apple,” Juli Clover writes for MacRumors. “We spent the day with the iPhone XR in New York City, checking out its feature set and doing a...
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“Apple Watch Series 4 isn’t just a nice looking watch. It also has invisible features that can prove life-saving,” Zac Hall reports for 9to5Mac. “Series 4 only hit the market last month and the new Apple Watch fall detection feature is already being credited with coming to...
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“It is an especially bad time to be in the cable TV business,” Jon Markman writes for TheStreet. “Viewership is shrinking, and now major technology companies are looking to pick off even more customers.” “Apple is set to launch a new streaming TV service, according to an...
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